Here at The Carousel, we’ve always loved the incredible work carried out by Priceline’s Sisterhood Foundation, which is a powerful initiative that reaches heartland Australia. Now, the Pharmacy aims to raise $1.5million through the Misterhood for the Sisterhood, which is also linked to the Foundation. Fronted by some great Misters – cricket legend Merv Hughes, as well as some familiar AFL greats: Glen Jakovich, Dermott Brereton and Tony Modra, and NRL stars Billy Moore and Braith Anasta. This year’s charity partners are Look Good Feel Better, Children First Foundation, PANDA, Dementia Australia and RAISE.
Merv Hughes has already hit some impressive goals, raising more than $1.1 million for charities who support women and their families.
Each Mister will go head to head in a friendly rivalry, leading their state to raise the most money for the Sisterhood Foundation.
To launch the campaign, Merv and the Misters kicked off the campaign by competing in a 50-metre competitive sprint on the green at the Sydney Cricket Ground, ditching their usual attire and donning the iconic Priceline pink and glittered moustaches. Braith Anasta took out first place, followed closely behind by Glen Jakovich.
“As sons, husbands and fathers, the women in our lives and our families are our number one priority – that’s why there was no hesitation for my mates or myselfto get on board for this year’s campaign. We need everyone to get out there, represent their state, and buy a $2 scratchie to reach our $1.5 million goal.”Merv Hughes
To get behind the campaign head to your local Priceline Pharmacy from July 19 to August 29 2019 and purchase a $2 scratchie for a one in two chance of winning a prize, or donate directly in store or online. All will go directly to the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation’s charity partners.
Donations can be made online via this link: https://www.priceline.com.au/sisterhood